XMediaGrabber
XMediaGrabber
6.3h

0.0

XMediaGrabber free download for Mac

XMediaGrabber

6.3h
24 August 2010

Java app to copy media clips.

Overview

XMediaGrabber is a Java app to copy media clips.
  • OS-independent (MacOS, Linux, Windows)
  • record the Stream with 3 streaming-engines
  • supports Neutrino, Enigma, Enigma2 & VDR
  • supports all record & system-timer (Standby, Shutdown...)
  • create timer from EPG, manually or automatical from a noticelist
  • supports Radio & TV
  • integrated FTP-Client to transfer/receive data from/to your Dreambox
  • Live-View of running programm
  • recording at the same time with several Dreambox/Dbox
  • XMediaGrabber Webinterface
  • different plugins

What's new in XMediaGrabber

Version 6.3h: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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1 XMediaGrabber Reviews

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Anonymous
02 October 2005

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For those who don't know how the heck to run this application on OS X because they can't find Java 1.5... here is the answer, painstakingly contrived for your benefit. Go to http://www.apple.com/support/downloads/java2se50release1.html. Download the J2SE 5.0. Install. Next, launch Applications/Utilities/Java/J2SE 5.0/Java Preferences.app and then change the "Use Version" box to J2SE 5.0. Next, drag J2SE 5.0 to the top of the list in the lower section, "Java Application Runtime Settings". Click Save and quit. After that, the program worked fine.
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Version 0.4.1c
Anonymous
02 October 2005
For those who don't know how the heck to run this application on OS X because they can't find Java 1.5... here is the answer, painstakingly contrived for your benefit. Go to http://www.apple.com/support/downloads/java2se50release1.html. Download the J2SE 5.0. Install. Next, launch Applications/Utilities/Java/J2SE 5.0/Java Preferences.app and then change the "Use Version" box to J2SE 5.0. Next, drag J2SE 5.0 to the top of the list in the lower section, "Java Application Runtime Settings". Click Save and quit. After that, the program worked fine.
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Version 0.4.1c
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Anonymous
Anonymous
14 November 2005
I don't think this one is working with OS X 10.4.3 any more.Too bad!
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Version 0.4.2